Council staff will team up with local Rotary volunteers to attack graffiti next weekend and local residents are invited to get involved.
The aim of Graffiti Removal Day is to encourage people to help out with the removal and prevention of graffiti.
Graffiti Removal Day is funded by the NSW Government and designed to complement the Council’s existing graffiti removal programs.
Last year 1800 volunteers removed 30,000 square metres of graffiti from around 430 sites in New South Wales.
This year’s event in Ku-ring-gai will see Council staff and local Rotary volunteers get to work removing graffiti from various sites across Ku-ring-gai.
Staff and volunteers will be removing graffiti from bus shelters and seats as well as other buildings.
Local residents are invited to come along and help by registering as a volunteer at the Graffiti Removal Day website.
Click here for more information about Graffiti Removal Day or call 1800 665 310.
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